Turns Out Old Liquor Barrels Make for Great Speakers

Want an Old West saloon in your house? Start with this.

By The Editors

 
Old Liquor Barrels Make for Great Speakers
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31 May 2016

The average man requires two things to dance with confidence:

Music and liquor.

Now one speaker company is giving that theory the ol’ two-birds/one-stone treatment.

Carved from reclaimed tequila barrels, Fiddle & Hammer’s Bellaphone No. 7 horn speakers are made of fumed oak and steel. The massive, handmade pieces can be hooked into standard audio systems or paired with a matching wooden amplifier to create a two-in-one timber timbre system.

Owned by sculptor and violinist Jordan Waraksa, the Milwaukee-based furniture company prides itself on crafting “heirloom-quality furniture” that expresses “a love of wood, music, and a rich industrial past.”

In addition to the 4.5-foot-tall speakers, Fiddle & Hammer produces benches, tables, desks and even record cabinets.

Interested? Get a quote here.

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